DCAPS Air Operations Specialist (1C2X1)
Responsibilities will include, but not limited to, conducting detailed air/ground/maritime operations analysis, planning, coordinating, scheduling, and activity reporting for deployed/employed ST forces. Manage external taskings through STTAS, forecast and recommend missions, develop policies and procedures, maintain C2 communications, identify and mitigate risks, resolve potential critical mission problems, coordinate personnel/equipment to support mission or training, interpret HHQ policies and implement corresponding actions, coordinate/submit requests for JA/ATT support, and coordinate range, ARFF, and other support as directed.
Cannon AFB, NM
Includes but not limited to: Knowledge of analytical and evaluation techniques related to current ST operational planning, scheduling, and reporting. Knowledge of mission and scheduling terminology to coordinate with other operations activities is required. Knowledge of coordinating techniques to obtain information and coordinate mission requirements. Knowledge of ST peculiarities for operational scheduling. Knowledge of military organizational structures with specific knowledge of ST, to include command relationships. Possess computer skills to generate manage information and reporting. Possess skills in using specific scheduling systems such as STTAS and JA/ATT. Possess effective oral and written communication skills.
DCAPS Aircrew Flight Equipment Specialist (1P051)
Responsibilities will include, but not limited to, performing fabrication work, training personnel on proper parachute packing procedures, performing preventative maintenance on equipment, as well as inspection, repair, packing, maintenance and documentation of parachute assemblies.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA
Hurlburt AFB, FL
Includes but not limited to: Knowledge of common, experimental, and newly developed fibers, blends, and fabrics; sequencing procedures for packing various parachute assemblies; hazardous and non-hazardous materials; standard shop mathematics; and knowledge of safely regulation and procedures. Skills in applying parachute packing and examination procedures. Ability to safely operate a variety of material handling equipment and operate testing devices.
DCAPS Heavy Vehicle and Equipment Specialist (2T350)
Responsibilities will include, but not limited to, being the subject matter expert for motorized equipment and accessories, including maintenance, troubleshooting, inspecting, testing, and management of various motorized equipment. Provide inventory, equipment mishap, cost breakdown, and maintenance reports to the customer.
Pope AAF, NC
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA
Hurlburt Field, FL
Includes but not limited to: Ability to solve complex problems. Posses Knowledge of engine repairs and detailed operating characteristics, as well as safety regulations and procedures. Experience pertaining to Special Tactics motorized equipment. Work experience managing mechanical equipment used for Rigging Alternate Method Zodiac/Quad (RAM-Z/Q). Military or civilian small engine repair/vehicle maintenance background is highly desirable. Personnel shall receive additional specific small engine repair training and forklift driving certification at the expense of the unit.
DCAPS Search and Rescue Barn (1P071)
Serve as the PR Equipment Manager. Responsibilities will include, but not limited to, assisting with issuing, servicing, and maintaining all assigned PR programs and equipment, including equipment development and CONOPs to facilitate PR TTP evolution. Assist with maintaining unit PR simulator training program, unit and HHQ exercises, specialized training, periodic maintenance inspections, and RDT&E of PR equipment. Assist evaluating and inspecting students during training, administer written and performance evaluations, identify academic and performance deficiencies, and provide briefings and training on PR equipment unit personnel. Assist with procurement requirements and quality assurance.
Hurlburt Field, FL
Includes but not limited to: Comprehensive and extensive knowledge of PR special equipment. Knowledge of ST and SOF procedures, TTPs, and equipment. Knowledge of ST employment methods. Knowledge of the Program Objective Memoranda (POM) program. Knowledge of training aids and devices. Ability to plan, develop, and conduct training; as well as understand/maintain test equipment. Possess skills in using Microsoft Office and applicable ST information systems.
Four Weeks of Paid Time Off
10 paid holidays
401(k) Retirement Plan
United Health Plan
Business Banking Membership
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